Julia M. Eckert

ORCID:0000-0001-6731-5304

Julia M. Eckert, professor of political anthropology at the University of Bern, explores the relation between moral norms and legal change with a particular focus on changing institutions of responsibility, liability, and redistribution. She connects these with current contestations over democratic representation, participation, security, and citizenship.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural Sociology, Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, European Ethnology, Non-European Ethnology, Sociology, Sociology of Migration

Publications in the Series: Culture and Social Practice, Sociology

Web: Uni Bern

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The Bureaucratic Production of Difference
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The Bureaucratic Production of Difference

Ethos and Ethics in Migration Administrations

Incisive ethnographies of migration administrations in Europe suggest a novel approach to understanding bureaucratic practice.
The Social Life of Anti-Terrorism Laws
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The Social Life of Anti-Terrorism Laws

The War on Terror and the Classifications of the »Dangerous Other«

A cultural science perspective on anti-terrorism laws after 9/11. This volume shows that these jurisdictional interventions permanently change and endanger the idea of citizenship.

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